Roompact is looking for an experienced, full stack software engineer to join our small, fully remote team. As a software engineer at Roompact, you will help deliver features that empower university administrators to help students learn and grow while living in student housing.
Over the past 7 years, Roompact has built a robust and loved system that empowers student learning at campuses across the U.S. We have seen client growth year over year and are looking for someone who is excited to grow with us.
In this role you will:
You are the type of person that is:
Come As You Are and Thrive
Roompact believes that being inclusive, working collaboratively, and recognizing the inherent value of every team member is essential. Diversity makes us stronger and better at the work we do. Roompact is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination or harassment of any kind. All employment decisions are based on business needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. Roompact also strives to go beyond what the law requires, and create a socially just and socially responsible work environment for the benefit of all.
Interested in applying? Reach out to [email protected] with your resume and a cover letter. We’d love to hear why you’re interested in working with us.
We're working on becoming a Certified B-Corp (https://bcorporation.net) and our software is used by more than a quarter of a million university students across the United States.
Roompact is a small, family owned business that develops software and services for residence life and education departments. Our focus is on improving student engagement and learning, assessment, and helping staff be more efficient in their work. Roompact strives to be an ethical and socially-conscious company and is currently exploring being certified as a B-Corp, which is a social-benefit corporation that meets high standards of social responsibility.